The U.S. Market for Emerging Ethnic Foods: Volume 3 in the series

Jun 1, 2003
100 Pages - Pub ID: LA797660
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Chapter 1: Executive Summary
  • Scope Of Methodology
  • Scope Of Report
  • Report Of Methodology
  • Note On Simmons Survey Data And Figures

What Are Emerging Cuisines?

  • Factors Feeding Into The Emerging Stream
  • Population And Immigration: Recent Trends
  • Figure 1-1: Region Of Last Residence Of Legal Immigrants, Percent Distribution By Decade
  • Figure 1-2: Favorite Ethnic Cuisines Of Adults Aged 55 And Older

Who’s Buying Ethnic Foods?

  • Ethnic Maturity, Mainstream Opportunity
  • First In Line For Ethnic Foods: 25-To-34-Year-Olds
  • Figure 1-3: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Age Group
  • Asian Consumers Show Strong Interest
  • Ethnic Foods Rise In The West
  • Figure 1-4: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Census Region
  • Sketches Of Ethnic-Foods Consumers

Up-And-Coming Cuisines

  • Indian
  • Mediterranean Beyond Italy
  • Middle Eastern
  • African
  • Caribbean
  • Hispanic Beyond Mexican: Peruvian

Kosher And Halal

  • The Core Markets
  • Movement Into The Mainstream
  • The Retail Response
  • Kosher Gets Exciting

Product Trends

  • Flavor Trends
  • The Hunt For High Impact
  • Craving Authenticity
  • Portability
  • Beverages
  • Rooiboos

Retail Strategies

  • Integration Vs. Segmentation
  • Fine-Tuned Formats
  • Catering To Kosher Consumers

The Foodservice Factor

  • The Rise Of Regional Cuisines
  • American As Ethnic
  • Vive La (Southern) France
  • Menus Bearing Fruit
  • The Caribbean Wave

Chapter 2: Defining Emerging Cuisines

  • Defining Emerging Cuisines
  • Factors Feeding Into The Emerging Stream
  • Population And Immigration: Recent Trends
  • Immigration By Region
  • Figure 2-1: Region Of Last Residence Of Legal Immigrants, Percent Distribution By Decade
  • Immigration By Country
  • Major Sources Of Legal Immigrants By Region And Country Of Birth, 2000
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Central And South America
  • Caribbean
  • Europe

Chapter 3: Who’s Buying Ethnic Foods?

  • Note On Simmons Survey Data And Figures
  • Ethnic Maturity, Mainstream Opportunity
  • First In Line For Ethnic Foods: 25-To-34-Year-Olds
  • Figure 3-1: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Age Group
  • Figure 3-2: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods “A Lot”, By Age Group
  • Make Theirs Extra Spicy, Please
  • Figure 3-3: Percentage Of Consumers Who Prefer Foods Cooked With Lots Of Spices, By Age Group
  • Asian Consumers Show Strong Interest
  • Figure 3-4: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Racial/Ethnic Origin
  • Ethnic Foods Rise In The West
  • Educated Palates
  • Figure 3-5: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Census Region
  • Figure 3-6: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Highest Level Of Education Completed
  • Rich In Enjoyment
  • Figure 3-7: Percentage Of Consumers Who Enjoy Authentic Foreign Foods, By Household Income
  • Sketches Of Ethnic-Foods Consumers

Chapter 4: Up-And-Coming Ethnic Food Segments

  • Indian
  • Indian May Be A Natural
  • Mediterranean Beyond Italy
  • Middle Eastern
  • African
  • Caribbean
  • Hispanic Beyond Mexican: Peruvian

Chapter 5: Kosher And Halal Foods: Tradition Meets Trend

  • What Do Kosher And Halal Mean?
  • The Core Markets
  • Movement Into The Mainstream
  • The Kosher Explosion
  • The Retail Response
  • Kosher Gets Exciting
  • New Product Offerings
  • Table 5-1: Fast Facts About The Kosher Market

Chapter 6: Product Trends In Ethnic Foods

  • Flavor Trends
  • The Hunt For High Impact
  • Craving Authenticity
  • Lifestyle Trends
  • Health Consciousness/Vegetarianism
  • Portability
  • Convenience
  • Major Points Of Entry For Marketers And Consumers
  • Beverages
  • Chai Variations
  • Rooiboos
  • Flavorings
  • Table 6-1: What The Experts Predict
  • Table 6-2: Selected Indian Products Introduced 2002-2003
  • Table 6-3: Selected Caribbean Products Introduced 2002-2003
  • Table 6-4: Selected African Products Introduced 2002-2003

Chapter 7: Retail Strategies

  • Integration Vs. Segmentation
  • Fine-Tuned Formats
  • Catering To Kosher Consumers
  • Connecting With Indian Shoppers
  • Best Practices For Courting Ethnic Consumers
  • The Online Channel
  • Ethnicgrocer.Com
  • Gotethnicfoods.Com

Chapter 8: The Foodservice Factor

  • The Rise Of Regional Cuisines
  • American As Ethnic
  • Vive La (Southern) France
  • Ordering Up Authenticity
  • Menus Bearing Fruit
  • The Caribbean Wave

Chapter 9: Trends And Opportunities

  • Trends
  • High-Impact Flavors
  • Coming Up: Caribbean
  • Indian Breads Rising
  • Regional Exploration
  • Seeking Authenticity
  • The Push For Portability
  • The Need For Convenience
  • Going Veggie
  • Opportunities
  • In Through The App Door
  • Follow The Regional Route
  • Drink Up
  • New Fusions
  • Take Fruit To Dinner
  • Middle Eastern To Go
  • Crunch Time
  • Hit The Street

Appendix: Addresses Of Selected Marketers

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